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We are a region defined by connection. Here, the Cincinnati USA CVB connects qualified travel, trade and news journalists, freelancers and bloggers with information and resources to tell Cincinnati USA’s stories.


Cincinnati Region's Tourism Industry Supports Record Number of Jobs in 2017

2018-08-31 :: New data shows strongest ever results for tourism, with $5.3 billion in visitor spending and 80,000 jobs supported.    More >

Collaboration, innovation and inclusion key to driving growth of the Cincinnati region’s visitor industry

2018-07-26 :: The 2018 Multicultural Travel and Tourism Forum, Cincinnati Music Festival and thousands of visitors make Cincinnati the epicenter of multiculturalism this week.    More >

Cincinnati's convention-filled summer kicks off with Sigma Pi Phi Grand Boulé, June 22-26

2018-06-20 :: This week marks the start of a summer filled with high-profile conventions in Cincinnati, beginning with the Sigma Pi Phi Grand Boulé, June 22-26. The Grand Boulé will draw more than 1,200 visitors to Cincinnati with an anticipated $1.15 million spent by attendees. Major conventions throughout the summer are expected to bring more than 15,000 attendees and generate more than $8 million in visitor spending overall.   More >

Cincinnati USA Convention & Visitors Bureau Names Julie Calvert President & CEO

2018-05-18 :: Industry leader and Executive Director of Source Cincinnati takes the helm of region’s destination marketing organization with focus on collaboration, transparency, results and inclusive leadership.   More >

Cincinnati region tourism industry celebrates National Travel and Tourism Week, May 6-12

2018-05-03 :: The Cincinnati region’s destination marketing organizations are celebrating the 35th annual National Travel and Tourism Week, May 6-12, with a series of showcase events to recognize and raise awareness of the importance of the Cincinnati region’s hospitality industry.   More >


Celebrate Fall at a Midwest Oktoberfest
September 19, 2018 :: MIDWEST LIVING - If any place knows how to pull off a good Oktoberfest (outside of Deutschland, that is), it’s the Midwest. A lot of us have German in our blood. Emigrants from Germany built many of our towns. They gave us brats, beer, cuckoo clocks and a fall party tradition dating back to an 1810 royal wedding in Munich. So crack open our guide to all things oompah. More >
Bask in the Entire Cincinnati VIP Experience When Visiting for Music Festivals and Special Events
September 10, 2018 :: UPSCALE LIVING MAGAZINE - This summer, party goers from around the world descended upon “The Queen City” to experience the 55th year of The Cincinnati Musical Festival. From Common and The Roots to Jill Scott and Charlie Wilson, melodious tunes were harmoniously belted out by superstars in the Paul Brown Stadium.  More >
7 Underrated Beer Cities in America
September 1, 2018 :: TRAZEE TRAVEL - Cincinnati was historically a brewing hub, thanks to German immigrants’ business acumen in the mid-1800s. The industry declined in the mid-1900s, but craft breweries are once again on the upswing in the Queen City. Visit the many new breweries that popped up and take a tour of the historic brewery architecture. More >
Take a trip to Ohio if you want to experience stunning views, amazing beer and a glimpse of American history
August 26, 2018 :: SCOTTISH SUN - There is so much to do as you travel hundreds of miles across the state from Cincinnati to Columbus.
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Is Cincinnati chili actually chili? A dive into the city's most famous dish
August 14, 2018 :: CHICAGO TRIBUNE - By any reasonable definition, Cincinnati chili is not chili. If this all sounds like the beginning of an epic slam against a beloved regional Midwest dish, the kind we've been exploring all month, set down your freshly sharpened pitchforks. I've been a fan since my first bite in college. More >
Infused with passion
2018-09-18 :: More >
Creating homes, curing blight
2018-09-18 :: More >
A taste of Thailand in Cincinnati
2018-09-18 :: More >
Publishing with heart
2018-09-18 :: More >
Local plans fight national crime
2018-09-18 :: More >